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December 30, 2008

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Paris Parfait

Some great bookcases here - I need an entire wall, but to build one, then take it with us when we leave, would be tricky. Consequently I have books scattered all over the apartment (in shelves, too, but there are too many to fit in all the shelves).

Happy 2009! Hope it is a wonderful year for you!

KG

Tara! So good to see your comment here. I've been to busy to even think about being busy -- I have some projects wrapping up soon, and I'll be back to more consistent blogging in a bit. I definitely owe a visit to your blog...

Ah, books...your comment says much.

Here's to a happy 2009 to you, too. :)

Gavin Heaton

A ha! A bookcase fetish!

I am reading a book about personality - and it confirms what I have known for ages: that you can tell a lot about a person based on their music and book collections.

And I daresay, on closer inspection, you can tell much about a person based on the bookcase they use to house their precious collections ;)

KG

Gavin! Happy new year to you. :)

Your point about personality correlations with types of bookshelves really got me thinking...

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